1954 Chevrolet Convertible – For 1954, Chevrolet produced only a convertible with Bel Air trim, it dropped the unpopular Two Ten convertible first appearing in 1953. At $2165.00 for the 1954 Chevrolet convertible it was $100 cheaper than the high priced 1954 Chevy Bel Air Townsman station wagon. Production figures for the 1954 convertible was 19,383.
The 1954 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible below was loaded with extra options not found on the One Fifty and Two Ten series cars such as fender skirts, full wheel hub caps, wide white wall tires and richer interiors of two tone all vinyl trim.
1954 Chevy Bel Air advertising described this great looking convertible this way – The Bel Air Convertible – Styled with youthful, carefree spirit and luxuriously appointed, the beautiful 1954 Chevy Belaire Convertible invites you to take the wheel and drive for the sheer pleasure of it. Interiors are crafted in smart, long wearing vinyl’s. Every detail is color keyed to complement the exterior finish you select. The top, which is controlled by the touch of a button, is also offered in a wide range of harmonizing colors.
1954 Chevy Bel Air Convertible
In a 1954 General Motors magazine ad, the 1954 Chevy Belair Convertible was part of Body by Fisher advertising. In the General Motors and Body by Fisher advertising below they featured the following:
1954 Chevy Convertible
Desert sunshine by Palm Springs – Hat and Stole by Mr. John – Convertible by Chevrolet – Body by Fisher. Miles a head style! Exclusively yours in Body by Fisher – whose rightness of fit and ruggedness of build bespeak the extra millions of dollars expended on new production techniques! For sheer beauty of design, design, safety and enduring value, you’re investing wisely when you choose a car with – Body by Fisher.
1954 Chevy Bel Air Convertible Custom